Trading desks at rule's heart - but do banks have dozens of them, or hundreds?
Dodd-Frank rule seen having muted impact on market-making by banks
Industry calls for more clarity on hedging exemption
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Parallel fund structures given the go-ahead by the US
A bad-tempered congressional committee hearing sees US regulators quizzed over Volcker rule costs
Banks turn to lawyers for advice as CVA functions face tougher conditions than other trading desks
End-users will hedge more with firms such as BP, Shell and Vitol as banks face ban on prop trading, say market participants
Two years on from its first draft, the Volcker rule is close to being finalised, but some regulators are still trying to close what they see as loopholes – and dealers see as vital freedoms
A staff report from the New York Federal Reserve argues the evidence points to hedge funds rather than dealers precipitating the post-Lehman liquidity crisis, with implications for rules on prop tra...
Division of financial supervision among US agencies is impeding Dodd-Frank reforms, says ex-Fed chairman
Commodity businesses must have broad client base to absorb increased regulatory costs, says JP Morgan commodities head
HR 992 passes by 53 votes to six, despite protests by leading Democratic member on House Financial Services Committee
US banks remain highly cautious about the impact of Volcker rule, industry expert says
Overseer of Volcker rule work says five US agencies should produce a single rule – and are not planning to harmonise it with Europe's ring-fencing proposals
The CFTC’s to-do list from Sefs to Volcker
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